Eric Verhoogen helps tell the story of how one small town in Pakistan called Sialkot came to produce 40% of soccer balls used worldwide.
Anne Nelson was recently featured on WNYC Studio's On the Media podcast. You can listen to the episode, titled "The Divided Dial: Episode 2 - From Pulpit to Politics."
Mauricio Cárdenas and Sebastian Orozco MPA '23 are the authors of a new report outlining market-based solutions that could help finance climate mitigation initiatives in Latin America and the Caribbean (LAC).
Takatoshi Ito warns that the Japanese government’s new stimulus package will increase the country’s debt, which already exceeds 250% of GDP, even further. The UK’s recent implosion should serve as a cautionary tale for Japanese policymakers.
Philip Hsu MIA '18 writes about "The Changing Paradigms of Taiwan’s Grand Strategy" ahead of Taiwan's local elections on November 26th and presidential elections in early 2024.
Marianne Kah of CGEP comments on diesel fuel prices hitting a record premium, "Anything that uses diesel — trucks, rail — costs, will go up... which will also increase food prices, so it works its way through the economy."
Bloomberg reports that Takatoshi Ito may be a candidate to lead Japan’s central bank.
In The Economist's third episode of a four-part series on COP27, Jason Bordoff assesses the geopolitics of the transition to clean energy. Listen here.
Matthew H. Murray, an adjunct professor at SIPA, has worked with CRDF Global to aid it in mobilizing "an extensive network of cyber defense leaders across a range of U.S. companies and organizations to help Ukraine."
Benjamin Ritter MIA '23 and Kevin Karl of CGEP write about how traditional cookstoves using wood or other biomass are a major source of indoor air pollution, as well as contributors to climate change.